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The Trim command is a tool that can be used in AutoCAD to remove extra objects from the current drawing. It can be used to remove edges, faces, or any other objects that are not needed.

The trim command is useful when you want to write in a more concise manner. It can also be used when you want to make sure that you are not running out of space on the page.

The steps to use the trim command are as follows:

  • Type your text into the document and press enter.
  • Press ctrl+k (command+k on Mac) or choose Edit > Trim from the menu bar at the top of your screen.
  • You will see an alert box appear with two options: "Trim" and "Keep". Choose "Trim" if you want to remove unnecessary spaces, punctuation

The trim command can be used to remove unnecessary spaces, tabs, and carriage returns from text. It is useful for formatting text for a variety of purposes.

In AutoCAD, the Trim command is used to eliminate items that meet the margins of adjacent objects. It's used to get rid of unwanted lines or sections of an object. Trimming can also be done using various selection approaches.

The purpose of using the trim command is to make sure that a file has a consistent formatting and that there are no unnecessary spaces or tabs in the beginning or end of a line.

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